LONDON, February 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
In Hong Kong this June 6 - 7, global experts in AI will present their work at the Machine Intelligence Summit and Machine Intelligence in Healthcare Summit where they will explore the transformation of medical imaging, diagnosis, and the rise of intelligent machines to revolutionise business.
As a Chinese New Year special offer, attendees can save 25% by using the code CNY 25 before Feb 12. Discount valid on all APAC summits including AI in Healthcare Summit and AI in Automation Summit, Beijing 7 - 8 March 2019.
Everyone relies on healthcare services, whether for a scan, operation, medication or checkup. As AI advances, professionals are able to treat, diagnose and predict disease more efficiently with decreased error. Ankur Purwar, Principal Scientist at Procter & Gamble will discuss diagnostics and personalisation in skin care. Ankur will share his work with the newly developed Olay Skin Advisor, a web-based analyst advisor tool that uses AI. Continuing the discussion on personalisation, Artur Kadurin, Chief AI Officer at Insilico Medicine will talk about using AI-driven blockchain solutions to return the control over personal and medical data back to the patient.
At the Machine Intelligence Summit, Danfeng Li, Director at Alibaba will explain how user behaviour data is a goldmine. When businesses have customer behaviour data directly related to their business it's easy to read, but seemingly non-related behavior can also be useful. Danfeng will use examples in internet finance risk control, demonstrating how sophisticated models can find correlation between business goals and online behavior.
Last year in Boston, Sangram Ganguly from NASA explained their aim is 'to provide science as a service to the Earth science community addressing global environmental challenges'. In Hong Kong, Hamed Valizadegan, Senior ML Scientist at NASA Ames Research will explain how the success of their space projects depends much on our ability to understand and analyse the collected data.
Additional speakers include: Michal Szczecinski: GoGoVan, Johnson Poh: DBS Bank, Pallab Maji: Mercedes-Benz R&D India, Lawrence Wee: Allianz Asia-Pacific and many more.
Previous summits have sold out, so register now to guarantee a place. Attendees can save nearly HK$4000 when they register before February 16 with Super Early Bird tickets.
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SOURCE Machine Intelligence Summit